THE VET, THE IMAM, HIS WOMAN AND HER PREACHER

ensemble theatre · r.a.w. · Ages 13+ · United States of America
A Homeless Veteran, an Imam and a Southern Baptist Preacher walk into a Brothel, where the Madam brings light to their secrets and leads them on a path where beliefs and identities clash along the way to discovering their true selves...a story about love, inclusion and acceptance.
A Homeless Veteran, an Imam and a Southern Baptist Preacher walk into a Brothel, where the Madam brings light to their secrets and leads them on a path where beliefs and identities clash along the way to discovering their true selves...a story about love, inclusion and acceptance.

DEATH OF A MAILMAN

ensemble theatre · annie c. wright · Ages 14+ · world premiere · United States of America
Marty and Joe have worked together at the USPS for nearly thirty years, but when Marty discovers that Joe has been hoarding mail, he starts to question their relationship and the difference between what it means to be a friend or merely an acquaintance.
Marty and Joe have worked together at the USPS for nearly thirty years, but when Marty discovers that Joe has been hoarding mail, he starts to question their relationship and the difference between what it means to be a friend or merely an acquaintance.

BLACKBALLED

ensemble theatre · red flag media productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Following the team owners' struggles to bring their underfunded league to prominence despite the odds; "BlackBalled" is an intimate look at the rise and fall of Negro League Baseball.
Following the team owners' struggles to bring their underfunded league to prominence despite the odds; "BlackBalled" is an intimate look at the rise and fall of Negro League Baseball.

AMERICAN CONSPIRACY

ensemble theatre · cyanide theatre · world premiere · United States of America
In 1981, John Hinckley Jr. tried to assassinate Ronald Reagan. We know why...Possibly. A new drama from Benjamin Schwartz & Matt Ritchey (Creators of ANGEL’S FLIGHT: Best Cabaret & Variety Winner 2016-Top of the Fringe Nominee 2016).
In 1981, John Hinckley Jr. tried to assassinate Ronald Reagan. We know why...Possibly. A new drama from Benjamin Schwartz & Matt Ritchey (Creators of ANGEL’S FLIGHT: Best Cabaret & Variety Winner 2016-Top of the Fringe Nominee 2016).

KNOWNO’S - #FIXMYSHITUATION

ensemble theatre · rawchattruths · Ages 17+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
NO has found her long lost meaning.
NO has found her long lost meaning.

LIVE FROM THE HOBGOBLIN, IT’S HANK!

ensemble theatre · work in progress productions · Ages 13+ · United States of America
Hank T. Hobgoblin and his team present a slate of 10 minute plays from scripts found underneath The Hobgoblin Playhouse: A Case on the Aside by Jacob Smith, Pink Hat Blues by Gregory Crafts, The First Awkward Silence by Aaron Kozak, and The Most Famous Ghostwriter In The World by Brandie June.
Hank T. Hobgoblin and his team present a slate of 10 minute plays from scripts found underneath The Hobgoblin Playhouse: A Case on the Aside by Jacob Smith, Pink Hat Blues by Gregory Crafts, The First Awkward Silence by Aaron Kozak, and The Most Famous Ghostwriter In The World by Brandie June.

AMANDA THE BARBARIAN

ensemble theatre · franger brothers · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America
Amanda, the star of a new play and superstar in her own head improvs, breaks the 4th wall, and drinks on stage in this play within a play. Amanda The Barbarian is a love-letter to the theatre and to all the deluded people we know who hijack every production.
Amanda, the star of a new play and superstar in her own head improvs, breaks the 4th wall, and drinks on stage in this play within a play. Amanda The Barbarian is a love-letter to the theatre and to all the deluded people we know who hijack every production.

MEN OF BLOOD

ensemble theatre · konglomerat · Ages 21+ · Germany
A collage of contemporary german plays for theater. The three pieces deal with the topics of guilt and vanity, success and disappointment in the context of self-reflection and delusion.
A collage of contemporary german plays for theater. The three pieces deal with the topics of guilt and vanity, success and disappointment in the context of self-reflection and delusion.

TROJAN WOMEN

ensemble theatre · project nongenue · Ages 15+ · family friendly · United States of America
In perhaps the first recorded piece of theater in the western canon that passes the Bechdel test, Euripdes tells a story of women stronger than Gods. Using movement, language, and contemporary vision, Project Nongenue’s Trojan Women tackles building community in times of violence.
In perhaps the first recorded piece of theater in the western canon that passes the Bechdel test, Euripdes tells a story of women stronger than Gods. Using movement, language, and contemporary vision, Project Nongenue’s Trojan Women tackles building community in times of violence.

SPACEMAN

ensemble theatre · looking glass · Ages 15+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
A mother and daughter have rescued a drowning man amidst a reckless storm. They take the man in to care for him when he soon reveals that he is from the future and his space ship crash landed into the sea.
A mother and daughter have rescued a drowning man amidst a reckless storm. They take the man in to care for him when he soon reveals that he is from the future and his space ship crash landed into the sea.

BAD SPONSOR

ensemble theatre · the bad company · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
When serial entrepreneur, Isaac, hits financial bottom, he joins Debtors Anonymous and happens to pick the worst sponsor ever - the morally bankrupt film producer, Baron. Isaac tries to get back on his feet, but Baron’s “Turbo Steps” takes them both on a wild crazy detour to recovery.
When serial entrepreneur, Isaac, hits financial bottom, he joins Debtors Anonymous and happens to pick the worst sponsor ever - the morally bankrupt film producer, Baron. Isaac tries to get back on his feet, but Baron’s “Turbo Steps” takes them both on a wild crazy detour to recovery.

CONVERTED

ensemble theatre · william tolan lawrence · Ages 17+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America
Matt and Zeke get caught having sex at a gay conversion therapy camp in southern Ohio. As punishment for their sins, Brother Mike and Sister Constance devise a plot to cure them of their illness, and exorcise a few homosexual demons along the way. An original one-act comedy.
Matt and Zeke get caught having sex at a gay conversion therapy camp in southern Ohio. As punishment for their sins, Brother Mike and Sister Constance devise a plot to cure them of their illness, and exorcise a few homosexual demons along the way. An original one-act comedy.

I STOP BREATHING WHEN YOU SMILE

ensemble theatre · enfyrian images · Ages 17+ · world premiere · United States of America
It’s the evening of the 1977 New York City blackout and the chaos from the streets is about to bubble into the quaint lives of two unwitting lovers, who stand on the precipice of ruin.
It’s the evening of the 1977 New York City blackout and the chaos from the streets is about to bubble into the quaint lives of two unwitting lovers, who stand on the precipice of ruin.

THE OZ MONOLOGUES

ensemble theatre · italo productions · Ages 10+ · family friendly · world premiere · United States of America
The Oz Monologues goes beyond the story you already know, exploring each of the beloved characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz... with a poetic and irreverent modern take.
The Oz Monologues goes beyond the story you already know, exploring each of the beloved characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz... with a poetic and irreverent modern take.

MICHAEL KEARNS' BLOODBOUND

ensemble theatre · moon mile run · Ages 17+ · flashing lights · United States of America
"The unmistakable voice of a playwright who has something important to say," writes John Paul King, LA BLADE. Michael Kearns' work has been seen on L.A. stages for forty years and once again he magically transforms the forbidden into something beautiful.
"The unmistakable voice of a playwright who has something important to say," writes John Paul King, LA BLADE. Michael Kearns' work has been seen on L.A. stages for forty years and once again he magically transforms the forbidden into something beautiful.